All FPS related commands in CS:GO
Сommands For Your Old Pc
cl_showfps 1 — this console command just shows the dynamic fps indicator in the upper left corner.
cl_showfps 5 — will show a bit more information. You can see which element is causing the drop in fps – CPU or GPU (graphics card).
net_graph 1 — this command will show not only fps, but also some other useful things – loss and choke, which you can use to determine packet loss; rates, which in normal matchmaking are always 64 (and 128 on normal servers)
dsp_slow_cpu 1 — helps increase performance at the expense of a slight decrease in sound quality.
mat_disable_bloom 1 — With this command for Kc Go we will disable unnecessary bloom effect.
r_drawparticles 0 — another command to increase the frame rate in cs go. It removes almost all animation – shots, water splashes, etc.
func_break_max_pieces 0 — removes all garbage, such as barrels, splinters, chips from crates, etc.
mat_queue_mode 2 — enable multi-core processing. Only helps if you have a CPU with more than 1 core.
muzzleflash_light 0 — disable dynamic light flash.
r_eyemove 0 — turn off player’s eye movement.
r_eyegloss 0 — disables player’s eye gloss.
fps_max — with this command you can limit or remove the limit on the maximum number of frames per second.
(fps_max 0 disable )
Startup commands CS GO
Also try the startup commands CS GO :
right click on cs go
then press the properties button
-novid – turns off the opening video in CS:GO.
-d3d9ex – allows the player to quickly minimize and unfold the game. Reduces CPU load by 40%.
-high – enables CS:GO with high priority.
-console – enables CS:GO in-game console.
-freq “number” – sets the refresh rate of your screen. Instead of “number” you should specify the parameter.
+fps_max 0 – removes framerate limit.
+rate 124000 – sets the maximum amount of data the host can accept.
+exec “filename” – sets a previously saved configuration.
-low – launches CS:GO with low priority.
-full/windowed/noborder – launches CS:GO in fullscreen/windowed/frame mode.
+cl_cmdrate 128 – sets the maximum number of packets sent to the server per second.
+cl_updaterate 128 – sets the maximum number of update packets the server sends per second.
-tickrate 128 – sets the frequency of updates from the server.
+ex_interpratio 1 – network parameter.
-threads “number” – instead of number you should specify the number of processor cores involved.
-noforcemaccel – disables all types of mouse acceleration.
+cl_forcepreload 1 – loads information about textures and models at the beginning of the map.
-noforcemparms – uses mouse button settings from Windows.
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